Terms used in official statistics

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Height of accumulation


Definition:

The difference in the elevation of the maximum level of accumulation and the elevation of the lower water table corresponding to the average of low flow in the multi-year.


Source:
  • Regulation of the Minister for the Environment of 20 April 2007 on the technical conditions to be met by hydrotechnical structures and their location
    Place of publication: (Dz. U. poz. 579)

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